It takes a bit of heat out of the situation. Plus Reynolds needing so much time off currently is pretty compelling evidence that she's not up to the job right now, particularly for such an important portfolio.The ol' looking like you've done something, without really doing anything...
pretty much. #ScrotuMo and the LNP are like a conman fooling passers by on betting where the ball is under one of 3 cups, except the cups seem to be transparent now, and we can see the con for what it is,Yeah, but without doing anything to address the cause of the issue. Announce an independent inquiry, they'd have my attention... But this achieves nothing other than making it look like they're doing something.
Internalised misogyny. Unfortunately it's a powerful force.What I don't get is why women, who are the majority, don't punish the fuck out of candidates at the polling booth. If women voted as a bloc, it would be a piece of piss to launch a new party and wipe the floor with the incumbents.
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Only because he was called out for it, and #ScrotuMo did the fucking bare minimum, by having that cancerous rectal polyp apologise publically, but not resign, because the liberals are in "fight to keep their parliamentary majority AT ALL COSTS"But he is learning now that his behaviour was wrong...
I heard a guy on the radio talking about when he worked at Parliament House as an intern. He said it wasn’t at all unusual for people to be different stages of drunk at all hours of the day.I still find it strange they were let inside the building at those early hours when she was clearly intoxicated. The culture must be so bad there that security are so far removed from questioning anything that goes on. It must be party central by night.
Contrast that to when they banned people rolling down the grass hill because that was too much of security risk.
Oh, they take the power seriously, they just don't feel any duty of accountability and responsibility to the People of Australia.I heard a guy on the radio talking about when he worked at Parliament House as an intern. He said it wasn’t at all unusual for people to be different stages of drunk at all hours of the day.
Sounds like a fine place to work.
Somehow I think our elected representatives aren’t taking their positions of power seriously.